Looking for your first home can be an overwhelming experience, that’s why having an experienced real estate agent representing your interests is so important. You need someone on your side, protecting your rights and answering your questions. But your real estate agent does much more than simply show you houses and answer questions; your agent is legally bound to present any offer you wish to the seller, and to negotiate to help you get your dream home at the price that works for you. First time buyers trust John Seggerman to help them navigate the often confusing paperwork.Learn More
Why Do People Invest in Real Estate Properties?
Residential real estate has several benefits that enable it to stand out from other investments. For example, real property’s base value can rise, while providing owners with a constant stream of rental revenue (i.e. a source of income). Furthermore, real estate investors can exert significant influence over the value of their investments, which cannot be said for many other types of investment. However, interested individuals should remember that real estate comes with its fair share of both pros and cons, meaning that one should be deliberate and manage their enthusiasm.Learn More
Should People Buy Homes in Winter?
Wintertime conditions mean that there are fewer people interested in buying homes, which in turn, means that there are fewer homeowners interested in putting their homes up for sale. However, various life circumstances often give some people no choice but to sell their homes in winter. As a result, home buyers in winter can sometimes get good deals because of their strong bargaining position. That said, it is important to note that winter conditions mean special challenges for wintertime home buyers, with the build-up of snow being an excellent example.Learn More
The Need for Credit
Most people choose to buy their homes using a combination of cash and credit simply because they don’t have that much cash. This is important because the real estate market undergoes constant change; there is no guarantee that opportunities that are available now will continue to be available in the future. As a result, those with poor credit are at a disadvantage compared to other real estate consumers. However, while bad credit is a serious obstacle to their real estate purchasing power, it is by no means an insurmountable one.Learn More